Polokwane (Place of Safety) is a city in South Africa. It is the capital of the Limpopo Province and was formerly known as Pietersburg.

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The Polokwane International Airport is located in the city and have multiple flights daily to and from Johannesburg. The main airline servicing the airport is South African Airways.

The airport is located north of the city centre as is accessible via Landdros Mare Street (R101). There are multiple car rental agencies within the airport and this is generally the best way to get around town. There are metered cabs as well.

Just south of the city is the Gateway Airport, primarily a business and general aviation airport. It is also known as the Polokwane Civil Airport.

Nelson Mandela road traffic island on the approach to Polokwane

Take the N1 highway north from Johannesburg through Pretoria and on. Have cash at hand for the toll gates. You also might need to stop at a Fuel Station to refill fuel on the way.

City Distance in miles Distance in kilometres
Bloemfontein 419 miles 750 kilometres
Cape Town 1076 miles 1735 kilometres
Durban 576 miles 930 kilometres
Johannesburg 222 miles 330 kilometres
Mbombela 133 miles 215 kilometres
Port Elizabeth 854 miles 1395 kilometers
Pretoria 169 miles 275 kilometres
Rustenburg 214 miles 244 kilometres

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